General Motors are making an investment of $50 million to upgrade the press room and flexible trim shop for the next generation Chevrolet Cruze compact sedan at the Lordstown complex. Until now the company has made an investment of more than $ 600 million for the production of the Cruze at Lordstown, which made the Chevrolet cobalt previously.
Government and business leaders expressed a warm admiration for GM commitment at Lordstown since 2009 invested amount in Lordstown is 250 millions and has manufactured more than 15 million cars, Construction on the complex has been started. Chevrolet will make a later formal public declaration of timing for the next generation Cruze. This investment will improve customer positive response as well increase their satisfaction at the same time providing the team processes needed and with the tools to be the unique at building the next generation Cruze.
Additional to the investment the UAW Locals112 and 1714 bought 1 millionth Chevrolet cars and on April 10 travelled in the Lordstown assembly line. For the 2015 model year the GM recently announced new features, but the company is silent about the commencement of work on the production.
General Motors investment for next generation Chevrolet Cruze in Lordstown is very productive in this competitive race and will bring the desired result.